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Student Development and Education in College Residence Halls

Mable Decoster

Student Development and Education in College Residence Halls

by Mable Decoster

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Published by Amer Personnel&Guidance Assn .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11138402M
ISBN 100686114493
ISBN 109780686114499

student learning in residence halls, substantiated by results from past studies. Blimling begins with a review of the history of on-campus housing, followed by a description of the major strands of thought in housing and residence life philosophies. Book Review: Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why Journal of College Student Development () Frank Shushok, Jr.

Living on Campus is an outstanding contribution to the research literature on student life and college residence halls. Carla Yanni’s rigorous scholarship and captivating writing style invites the reader into the lives of students and the places they live from the early colonial period to present day. This book offers an insightful and practical discussion of howthe outcomes of college education can be strengthened throughthoughtful, educationally rich programs that make residence halls amore integral part of the overall educational experience. Promoting Student Learning in Residence Halls.

Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why eBook: Gregory S. Blimling: : Kindle Store. A dormitory (originated from the Latin word dormitorium, often abbreviated to dorm) is a building primarily providing sleeping and residential quarters for large numbers of people such as boarding school, high school, college or university students. In some countries, it can also refer to a room containing several beds accommodating people. Worldwide, dormitories are often single sex, or sexes.


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Student Development and Education in College Residence Halls by Mable Decoster Download PDF EPUB FB2

Residence halls are an integral part of the college experience; with the right programs in place they can become dynamic centers of student learning.

Student Learning in College Residence Halls is a comprehensive resource for residence hall professionals and others interested in improving students' learning by: 8.

His most recent book is Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why (Jossey-Bass, ). He is the recipient of the NASPA Contribution to Literature and Research Award, the ACPA Contribution to Knowledge Award, The North Carolina Distinguished Educator Award, the Melvine Hardee Award for significant.

Student Learning in College Residence Halls is a comprehensive resource for residence hall professionals and others interested in improving students' learning experience. About the Author GREGORY S.

BLIMLING is a professor in the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education where he teaches college student affairs administration. Student Learning in College Residence Halls is a comprehensive resource for residence hall professionals and others interested in improving students' learning experience.

Author Bios GREGORY S. BLIMLING is a professor in the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education where he teaches college student affairs administration.

Get this from a library. Student development and education in college residence halls. [David A DeCoster; Phyllis Mable]. His most recent book is Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why (Wiley/Jossey Bass, ).

For nine years, he served as the Editor of the Journal of College Student Development, higher education’s leading academic journal about the psychosocial and cognitive development of college students. All residence halls are smoke-free. Students can smoke outside in designated areas. Student ID cards are photo ID cards that all students are required to carry in order to gain access to their assigned residence hall, utilize their meal plan, check out books in the library and attend college events.

Chapter 9 provides an in-depth discussion of assessing residence life programs, including strategies for implementing assessments, using the results, and establishing a culture of assessment. The last chapter presents possibilities for the future of residence halls, based on.

Residence halls are an integral part of the college experience; with the right programs in place they can become dynamic centers of student learning. Student Learning in College Residence Halls is a comprehensive resource for residence hall professionals and others interested in improving students' learning experience/5(5).

Applications will be processed on a space available basis. Confirmation of housing will be based on the following deadlines: — Returning residents June 1, — High school seniors from the State Center Community College District, and students from other California high schools.

J — Out of state and foreign students. The following is An excerpt from “The Benefits of Living on Campus: Do Residence Halls Provide Distinctive Environments of Engagement?” originally published in the in vol issue 3 of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.

The changing landscape of on- and off-campus undergraduate residential options underline the need to reexamine the impact of on-campus living. The lack of recent literature on student learning in college residence halls belies the changes that have taken place.

More traditional-age students are enrolled in college than ever before, and universities are building more residence halls to meet the increased demand for student housing. Buy Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why by Gregory S.

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Residence life programs play a key role in recruiting students, helping them make a successful transition to a new institution, and in retaining them, whether students are enrolling for the first time, transferring from another institution, or entering graduate school.

Chapters in this book address theories of learning and development, new technologies, the educational potential of residence Author: William J. Zeller. Choosing to live in the Reedley College Residence Hall is one of the best ways to adjust to college life while building a strong network of friends.

The Residence Hall offers a variety of leadership opportunities. It is a safe, clean, welcoming, 24 hour staffed two story living facility with separate housing for men and women. The College’s residence halls are closed during Thanksgiving, Spring and Winter Breaks. Students may submit a request to stay on campus during Thanksgiving and Spring breaks by completing the online ‘Break Stay Request Form’ for the corresponding break.

Students are reminded that these are requests, and they are subject to approval or denial. Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why focuses on the experiences of traditional aged (18– 24 years old) college students living in US residence halls, specifically regarding educational outcomes and advancing learning through intentional aspects that create an environment of success.

The author, Gregory S. Blimling, is a professor in the Graduate. Add value to the student experience with purposeful residential programs. Grounded in current research and practical experience, Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why shows how to structure the peer environment in residence halls to advance student learning.

Focusing on the application of student learning principles, the book examines how. The lack of recent literature on student learning in college residence halls belies the changes that have taken place. More traditional-age students are enrolled in college than ever before, and universities are building more residence halls to meet the increased demand for student housing/5(8).Shareable Link.

Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more.Rooted in Catholic tradition, Mount Aloysius College is one of 17 Mercy-sponsored colleges, and universities in the United States and is a member of the Conference for Mercy Higher Education.

Student life on campus is filled with exciting opportunities, delicious .